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VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS

What is a Board Certified Veterinary Specialist?
In addition to completing undergraduate training and four years of
veterinary school, Board Certified Veterinary Specialists have completed
additional training per the requirements of a specialty veterinary board. This
may consist of an internship and residency in their specialized field (an
additional 3-5 years training), research, publishing and caseload
requirements depending on the board specialty area. In addition to this
extensive training, a Board Certified Veterinary Specialist must pass rigorous
examinations

*To search for an American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine specialist, click HERE.

In the drop down boxes under “specialty”, choose “Small Animal Internal Medicine (SAIM).”

In the drop down boxes under country and state, choose your local region.

INTERNET GROUPS FOR OWNERS OF DOGS WITH LIVER DISEASE

http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/Canine_liver_support/

http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/canineliver-d/

DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

Bile Acid Test Criticism

Sunny Miracle Liver Diet

Sam-e and Milk Thistle Doseages

Liver Symposium Notes 2008

Monica Segal Liver Diet

Liver Disease Roundtable Discussion

Health Record

Liver Diet

Hope for Healing Liver Disease Preview

Dr. Dodd’s Liver Cleansing Diet

Liver Disease Friendly Dog Biscuits and Treats

Chronic Hepatitis Summary

chronic-hepatitis-in-dogs

Liver Fluke Disease Information

Understanding Protein in CLD and HE

BOOKS

Hope For Healing Liver Disease in Your Dog

This book contains a personal story about how the author and her dog Norman battled
against canine liver disease.   The Vet gave him a month to live, and
after the treatment described in this book he was healed in 3 months and lived
an additional 2 years without any further liver problems.  She has
put a wealth of information together from all of her research into an easy to
read, concise book that will help you take care of your dog with your
veterinarian’s help.

WEBSITES

Liver Disease Information:

http://www.lbah.com/liver.htm

http://www.canine-epilepsy.com/liverdisease.htm

http://www.dogpro.com/canine-liver-disease.html

http://www.vin.com/VINDBPub/SearchPB/Proceedings/PR05000/PR00128.htm

Canine Diet for Liver Disease:

http://www.dog-health-guide.org/canineliverdiseasediet.html

Dealing With the Loss of a Pet:

http://www.barktalk.com/drsifearticle.html (Children and Pet Loss)

http://www.pet-loss.net/index.shtml

http://www.healthypet.com/library_view.aspx?ID=2

http://www.helpguide.org/mental/grieving_pets.htm

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/plhl/grief/

Canine Liver Cancer Information:

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Disclaimer: The Canine Liver Disease Foundation
assumes no liability for injury to you or your pet incurred by following the
information, descriptions, treatment options or procedures listed on this
site.  This site is not intended to be used as a replacement for
veterinary advice or consultation.  We always recommend speaking with a
veterinarian or liver specialist before attempting to use any of the treatments
listed on our site.